Long Island School Closures for Saturday, February 6th, 2016

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Due to the Friday's unexpected snow storm, some Long Island schools have cancelled classes and special activities that were scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 6th, 2016. It's looking like this Saturday is gearing up to be a fun-filled day of making snowmen, sledding and starting snowball fights, or enjoying a nice, relaxing day in the warmth and comfort of home - or even catching up on some homework!

No matter what it is you choose to enjoy the snow this weekend, be sure to bundle up and be safe. Here are the locations around Long Island who recieved the most snowfall today!

With snow totals coming in at approximately 5 to 7 inches across Long Island, it's no surprise that local schools cancelled non-essential events and classes this weekend.

Schools Closed On Saturday, February 6th:

  • Bay Shore Day Care & Preschool - Closed
  • East End Kids Academy - Closed
  • Just Kids Early Childhood Learning Center - Activities Cancelled
  • Malverne School District -Closed
  • Maria Regina Religious Education - Classes Cancelled
  • North Babylon Community Youth Services - Activities Cancelled
  • Peconic Center - Closed
  • Plainedge Public Schools - Closed
  • Precious Kids Too of North Merrick - Closed
  • Saint Sylvester Religious Education - Classes Cancelled
  • Skills Unlimited Oakdale & Ronkonkoma Campuses - Closed
  • Tender Tales Nursery School - Closed

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For the most recent updates on Long Island school closures and delays, please head to our Snow Closures Main Page.

As schools reported to us on Saturday, February 6th, 2016. Not an official state record.